United and American Airlines have gotten into a rare dispute with Chicago aviation officials over the funding of the final new runways at O'Hare International Airport.
Koito Industries Ltd. has declined by a record 33 percent in Tokyo trading after promising to repair faulty seats supplied to Airbus SAS and Boeing Co.
Peruvian authorities have reportedly commenced the construction of an alternative route to the ruins of Machu Picchu, Peru.
Air Canada recorded a CAD56 million loss in the last quarter of 2009, significantly narrowing its CAD727 million loss achieved in the same period a year earlier.
British Airways has suspended 15 cabin crew after airline staff posted comments online, which were considered 'intimidating.'
Judges at the Cellars in the Sky Awards have raised their glasses to the oneworld® alliance and many of its member airlines.
A lot more peoples are planning to travel this year, a recent survey conducted by Travelocity found, and in another positive travel budgets are back on the way up again.
Boeing flew its twice-delayed 747-8 Freighter for the first time on Monday on a route over Western Washington.
The World Travel Awards have celebrated travel excellence of the Noughties, releasing Tuesday a list of the ten greatest travel triumphs of the past decade.
A 73 year old aerospace engineer has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for passing U.S space shuttle secrets to China over a 30-year period.
Airlines in the United States are being accused of "cheating" on their on-time performance records through padding their scheduled flight times in order to pass off delays as on-time flights.
Tourism expenditure in Washington state dropped $1.2 billion last year compared to 2008, tourism officials said earlier this week.
New York, Washington and Oregon have the sexiest hotels in America according to a recent list released by TripAdvisor.
Windstar Cruises has announced record sales during the first six weeks of the year for 2010 and 2011 sailings.
Airbus and Boeing's failure to sign major deals at the Singapore Airshow last week has sparked speculation that the aviation industry is still uncertain about the future of the global economy.
Abu Dhabi is now the second most expensive city in the world for travellers according to the latest annual hotel survey by Hogg Robinson Group (HRG).
Gulf Air has introduced a special Braille-scripted entertainment guide for visually impaired passengers across its entire network.
A draft report compiled by international agencies has alleviated some of the health concerns relating to full-body X-ray security scanners at Airports.
British Airways reported a loss of GBP37 million in the three months ending December, and while significantly smaller than expected, doesn't bode well for a full year profit.
Japan Airlines (JAL) has opted to keep its partnership with American Airlines in the oneworld® Alliance, instead of defecting to Delta Airlines SkyTeam.